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Christopher DuPont Promoted To Vice President and Commercial Branch Manager at Home Federal Bank

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Prineville, OR—Sean P. Watt, president, central Oregon region for Home Federal Bank, is pleased to announce the promotion of Christopher B. DuPont to vice president and commercial branch manager at the Bank's Prineville branch. In his new role, DuPont is responsible for supervising branch operations, providing exceptional client service and developing and managing commercial relationships in Crook County. 

"Chris brings a wealth of experience to his new position that will be of tremendous value as we continue to focus on establishing long-term relationships with our clients," stated Watt. "His leadership will be a great asset to our clients and staff."

With 13 years in banking, DuPont has held a variety of positions including teller, commercial loan officer and branch manager. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture and Resource Economics with a minor in Business Administration from Oregon State University and is a graduate of the OBA/WBA Commercial Lending School.

A Central Oregon native, DuPont has served on several boards including Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce and Boys and Girls Club. He also donates his time to business financial mentorship and Rotary Club.

ABOUT HOME FEDERAL BANK
Home Federal Bancorp, Inc. is headquartered in Nampa, Idaho and is the parent company of Home Federal Bank, a community bank originally organized in 1920. Home Federal Bank operates a total of 34 branches throughout southwest Idaho and Oregon. The Company's common stock is traded on the NASDAQ Global Select Market under the symbol "HOME." For more information, visit the Home Federal Bank website at www.myhomefed.com.